SIGNOR L. STIPA, of the Italian Air Ministry, started in 1927 an examination of a Venturi tube fuselage with an airscrew placed at the mouth of the tube, which was so shaped internally as to conform exactly to the slipstream of the airscrew Fig. 1. The slipstream, issuing from the rear part of the Venturi tube, should, according to his theory, supply an additional thrust reaction along the tube, thus increasing the airscrew thrust.
Aircraft Engineering and Aerospace Technology – Emerald Publishing
Published: Aug 1, 1933
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